Posters linked to Trial Forge at ICTMC 2019
Brighton, UK

Speaker: Jennifer Bostock, Sophie James, Fiona Lugg-Widger, Gwenllian Moody, Adwoa Parker, Tim Pickles, Shaun Treweek

There are a bunch of posters at the International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference (ICTMC), Brighton, UK, 6th – 9th October 2019  linked to Trial Forge.  Dates to be confirmed though all 7th – 9th October.

Listed in alphabetical order of first author:

  1. Joanna C. Crocker, Jennifer Bostock, Shaun Treweek, Nicola Farrar, Alan Chant, Jonathan A. Cook, Polly Kerr, Sian Rees, Louise Locock, Kerry Woolfall, Sophie Olszowski, Richard Bulbulia.  PIRRIST: Patient and public involvement (PPI) to enhance recruitment and retention in surgical trials.
  2. Sophie James, Adwoa Parker, Sarah Cockayne, Sara Rodgers, Caroline Fairhurst, David Torgerson. Pen and Social Incentive Letter Retention Study within a Trial (SWAT) – An embedded, factorial design randomised controlled trial to investigate whether the inclusion of a pen and/or social incentive text cover letter included with the 12-month postal questionnaire improved response rates.
  3. Fiona Lugg-Widger, Rebecca Cannings-John, Michael Robling, Julia Sanders. Different data source, different regulatory and management demands? The use of routinely collected data in a trials unit setting.
  4. Gwenllian Moody. Common problems recruiting to trials or specific challenges? A qualitative evaluation of factors affecting recruitment into a randomised controlled trial of foster care training.
  5. Gwenllian Moody. Establishing the long-term effectiveness of the Fostering Changes programme in promoting foster carer self-efficacy: The Confidence in Care trial
  6. Parker A, et al. PROMoting THE USE of SWATs (PROMETHEUS): Routinely embedding recruitment and retention interventions within randomised trials.
  7. Tim Pickles, Robin Christensen, Lai-Shan Tam, Lee S. Simon and Ernest H. Choy.  Early phase and adaptive design clinical trials in rheumatoid arthritis: a systematic review of early phase trials.
  8. Zoë Skea, Shaun Treweek, Julie Turzanski, on behalf of the Performance Metrics in Multicentre Randomised Trials collaborative group. What kinds of things matter for judging how well a trial site is performing?

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